Places to visit in hampi
BestWay2India has carefully curated travel experiences for customers that can become a permanent part of their travel diaries. With us, you have the opportunity to fraternize with the local community, explore lesser known spots, discover indigenous art forms, try the local cuisine, and gain authentic information. Through our Hampi tour packages, we take you to some unexplored domains of this UNESCO world heritage site which is seldom visited by travellers. This amazing historical place is well known for admirable temples and the ruins of famous monuments built during the Vijayanagar empirical rule. Another famed historical place is Chitradurga Fort which is an impregnable stone fort. This magnificent Fort was built between the 10th and 18th centuries by the kings of various dynasties during that period. In Kannada language it is called as Yelu Suttina Kote as it comprises a series of seven enclosure walls. Many interconnecting tanks of the fort were used to harvest rainwater and the fort was said to never suffer from a water shortage. The lovely Hampi Bazaar is surrounded by many ancient ruins and nearby riverside areas that also comprises of the most sacred enclave of temples and ghats of the city. Here, you will visit the highly religious temple of Chandramauleshwara temple, the Malyavanta Raghunathswamy temple, Hazara Rama temple, Hemkuta group of temples, Krishna temple and East of Hampi Bazaar. Surprisingly few of them are even today used as active worship places. This place is packed with massive temple complexes, palaces, market streets, fortifications, aquatic structures and other interesting historical monuments. Also add to your journey visit to the Anegundi village by traversing the gushing Tunga Badra River on a coracle is an experience which offers a glimpse of the traditional lifestyle in Karnataka. Evening, if time permits, it would be astonishing to proceed towards Tungabhadra Dam, constructed across the Tungabhadra River.